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Anglia vacancies: Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.


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Voluntary roles can be found here.

Project Forester - Forestry England

Forestry England are seeking a Project Forester to join the Thames Beat team to lead and project manage the delivery of a new woodland creation scheme on an arable farm in Kent, and provide support to the wider district to deliver its woodland creation programme.

Thames Beat is part of East District which employs over 150 staff to manage 35,000 ha from North Norfolk to Brighton - a varied landholding that includes pine forest, community woodlands and ancient woodland with numerous designated conservation and heritage sites and a range of recreation provision.

Freelance Outdoor and Adventure Learning Tutor (Self-Employed) - Field Studies Council

Field Studies Council

FSC East Group of centres is looking for self-employed Freelance Outdoor and Environmental Learning Tutors to support our work in the delivery of fieldwork and environmental education to a wide-ranging audience; engaging and enthusing students and assisting FSC achieve its goal of ‘Bringing Environmental Understanding to All Through First-hand Experience’. They will be expected to work with groups of all abilities and to have the ability to provide an appropriate standard of care for our learners.

Partnership Project Officer and Project Support Officer - The Brecks Fen Edge and Rivers Landscape Partnerhip Scheme

Habitat Management Assistant/Arb Groundworker - Greenwillows Associates Ltd

Salary: Starting wage £9.30 per hour depending on experience (we are a Living Wage employer)

Full time, casual hours or 6 month contract available

Who we are: Greenwillows Associates is a friendly, family-run independent ecological consultancy based near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. We have been running for 17 years. We conduct a wide variety of protected species, arboricultural and habitat surveys across the East and South-East of England as well as providing practical habitat creation/management services. Our clients range from large utility companies, developers and architects through to schools and individual homeowners.

Conservation Scientist - Natural Climate Solutions - RSPB

Location: The Lodge / Cambridge (David Attenborough Building)
Salary: £25,643 to £27,585 per annum. Applicants should expect under normal circumstances to receive an offer at the bottom of the advertised range.
Hours: Full Time Contract: 14 month Fixed Term contract

Climate change and biodiversity loss are affecting people and nature and land management will be key to ameliorating the effects of both. RSPB is seeking a talented conservation scientist with good GIS and analytical skills to join projects examining the spatial conservation and climate change mitigation consequences of land management and restoration in the UK and Europe.

Reserve Wardens - Natural England

Salary Minimum is £17,863

Theses posts are for two permanent full time roles, joining established NNR colleagues within the West Anglia Area Team of Natural England. These Reserve Warden roles will be responsible for leading practical management work on a series of National Nature Reserves primarily Barnack Hills and Holes; Castor Hanglands; Collyweston Great Wood and Easton Hornstocks; Holme Fen; Monks Wood; and Woodwalton Fen.

You will support colleagues to deliver the agreed aims of our NNR Management Plans, carrying out tasks either directly or through leading volunteers and contractors.

Access Field Support Officer - The British Horse Society

Home Based in East, South West, East and West Midlands & Yorkshire

Full Time, 35 hours per week

Salary: Competitive

The British Horse Society is the nation’s largest equine charity with a passion for horses that is backed by knowledge and expertise. The BHS represents and provides a range of services for horse riders, horse owners, enthusiasts and professionals. The Access Team works to preserve, protect and extend equestrian access throughout the UK